pineapple guava

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pineapple guava

n.
See feijoa.
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Noun1.pineapple guava - dark-green kiwi-sized tropical fruit with white flesh; used chiefly for jellies and preserves
edible fruit - edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh
feijoa, feijoa bush - South American shrub having edible greenish plumlike fruit
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Aspectos ecofisiologicos de la feijoa (Acca sellowiana Berg.) bajo condiciones de riego y deficit hidrico.
Feijoa, Acca sellowiana (Berg) Burret belongs to the Myrtaceae family; it is native to South America and is widely dispersed over the Brazilian southern highlands and northeastern Uruguay.
fruit sampled Myrtaceae Psidium cattleianum 1396.0 145 Myrcianthes pungens 655.4 345 Psidium guajaba 7986.9 195 Acca sellowiana 10270.7 373 Eugenia uniflora 162.6 8 Hexachlamis edulis 449.2 25 Ebenaceae Diospyros kaki 2922.3 46 Moraceae Ficus carica 2147.6 40 Maclura pomifera 6359.0 21 Rutaceae Fortunella margaritus 192.2 20 C.
Reversal of fluconazole resistance induced by a synergistic effect with Acca sellowiana in Candida glabrata strains.
Instead, they acted like their parent and sought out my 15-feet tall Feijoa (Acca sellowiana) tree.
Neste contexto, as especies brasileiras da familia Myrtaceae compreendem diversas plantas, arboreas e arbustivas, que podem ser utilizadas na producao de frutos para consumo in natura ou para industrializacao (LORENZI, 1992, 1998; DONADIO e MORO, 2004), como a Acca sellowiana (O.
New records for Argentina of two multipurpose species: Acca sellowiana (Myrtaceae) and Casearia lasiophylla (Flacourtiaceae).